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FIRST   REMEMBERED    THINGS

then put In a lot of touchwood and strap the log
to his horse and carry it for a day or so without
having to bother about it again. We youngsters
used to like to see him open It; it looked like a
quiet,, glowing little furnace, as he placed himself
In the middle of the camp and started to dole out
his embers to those who wanted to start their
fires.

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